This holiday season forget about the stuffy updo and try a loosely pulled back chignon like Brooklyn Decker. To get the perfectly tousled 'do, mist hair with a texturizing spray before pinning it back into a low bun.
Love the classic bun like Reese Witherspoon, but looking for a way to make it standout? Opt for ultra-shiny locks! After pulling hair into a neat updo, spritz shine spray all over for a beautiful coif.
Inject some va-va voom into your updo with this hairstyle from Zoe Saldana. Get the look by teasing your crown prior to pinning hair back. After you sweep your length into a low bun, leave out a few face-framing layers for a perfectly chic look!
Want a romantic hairstyle that'll keep hair off your face and match your cute cocktail dress? Try Stacy Keibler's loose, headband braid. The great part about the cool and carefree look is the less effort you spend doing the braid, the better it'll look!
Offset your simple holiday LBD like ScarJo with a retro-inspired hairstyle. Start with the middle section by combing locks back and over to create a "top." Then comb up the sides, making sure to curve in the ends. Mist a strong-hold hairspray all over for a 'do that'll last night long.
Leave it to Rachel McAdams to pull off this elegant and original updo. To get the look, leave hair down and twist back two-inch sections, pinning them near the nape. Keep going until all of your shiny, locks are swept back into a chic updo.
Give yourself a halo like Kate Hudson with this dreamy updo. Instead of tucking your hair into the elastic band to create a bun, try swirling your length around itself and hiding the ends with a bobby pin.
Put a funky twist (literally) on a romantic updo with this look from Taylor Swift. Pull hair into a loose bun, but leave out a two-inch section of hair on the side. Braid the loose section and pull it back on the side, twisting it around the bun.